Woman’s voice on GPS devices Hanafi Fiqh > Muftionline.co.za Q: On some GPS devices there are only women voices talking. Are using these devices permissible? A: Abstain from this. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best. Answered by: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Source Read these QA to learn more..If some one laughs in salaah in a voice thats not audible (whispering voice) and is praying alone will wuzu break if it was loud enough for some one else to here but the voice isnt audible will wudhu break?Is a woman’s voice, name and handwriting part of observing Hijab? In our area, the Imam starts to make dua with such a voice that muqtadi could know that Imam has started to making dua and all the muqtadis start making dua after listening to the voice of Imam (e.g. if he starts dua with alhamdulillahi rabbil a’alameen, he says alhamdulillahi…… with voice and then make entire dua silently). He ends the dua with voice so that muqtadis could know, and muqtadis also end their dua after listening to his voice. No one starts making dua before and none completes dua before the Imam. What is the shar’ee status of this all described above? Should the muqtadi not start making dua before the Imam? Should the Imam inform the muqtadees about his dua by starting it with voice or he should starts his dua silently? If one has finished his dua before Imam, should he wait until the Imam finishes or one should he stand up to offer the sunnats (if there are sunnats after that fardh salaah)? Please clarify the questions and the Shar’ee status of the custom of dua described above.Is a Woman’s Voice Part of Her Awrah?Is the woman’s voice considered awra? Under which circumstances should a woman not use her voice?Is a womans voice `awra?